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Nope. It's a level 7 qualification in Australia (equivalent to a Master's)
Actually, level 7 is indeed a bachelor's level degree. Masters is level 9. Ultimately the difference translates to very minimum when it comes to practicing medicine in Australia - both an MD and an MBBS qualify you to do the same thing.
 

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Verdigris

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If you do an honours year, you can generally go straight into a PhD from there, to answer your original question! At least, that's what is the case in NZ and I imagine it is similar in Aus :)
 

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Actually, level 7 is indeed a bachelor's level degree. Masters is level 9. Ultimately the difference translates to very minimum when it comes to practicing medicine in Australia - both an MD and an MBBS qualify you to do the same thing.
Apologies. Am a clown 🤡
 

chinaski

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If you do an honours year, you can generally go straight into a PhD from there, to answer your original question! At least, that's what is the case in NZ and I imagine it is similar in Aus :)
You don't necessarily need an honours year in addition to a medical degree in order to do a PhD in Australia.
 

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Verdigris

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You don't necessarily need an honours year in addition to a medical degree in order to do a PhD in Australia.
I knew this was true of MD but is it also true of MBBS?
 

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